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Tantrums: No Easier to Deal With the Second Time Around

Baby Boy

Tantrums. We’re so there. Oh, how I wish we could skip this stage of parenting! Can anyone make that happen? Tantrums are nothing new to us, of course. Being that this is our second child, we know all too well what it’s like to deal with a toddler and tantrums. Even so, it’s hard to […]

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Should 6-Year-Olds Really be Handcuffed?

Parenting

Did you see the news of the 6-year-old girl that was handcuffed at school and taken to a police station? Apparently, she had a real bad meltdown at school, otherwise known as an extreme temper tantrum, and the school decided to call the police. She’s in Kindergarten. I first saw this news when a friend […]

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Tantrums at the Grocery Store. How Do You Handle? {Video}

Parenting

A lady at the grocery store shared with me her feelings about a kid throwing a fit while shopping. Watch the video to hear what she told me! How do you handle tantrums at the grocery store?

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Time Outs Don’t Work Anymore? Try This Alternative.

Parenting

This post was first published on November 12, 2009. There are many forms of discipline and punishment that parents use with their children. In our house, we’ve used the time out method, the just talking method, the redirecting method, and we’ve even yelled at times out of losing our patience. Hey, it happens, right? But, […]

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I Brake for Meltdowns Book Winner

Giveaways

Thank you everyone who entered the I Brake for Meltdowns book contest! There were 2 entries and the winner is: Entry #2 was Jennifer of Mami 2 Mommy! Congratulations Jennifer!

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